featured new books in religious history, selected by Philip Jenkins and Grant Wacker @ChristianCent http://t.co/VhD5f4n7I2
Historian David Dalin to speak on "The Church and the Jews" at @Baylor_HRC event Mon., Oct. 12 at 7 pm http://t.co/3A6GOMwZw6
Noah’s Magic http://t.co/eUYa4W8ZX2 Philip Jenkins at the Anxious Bench blog
Pope Francis is playing with house money in betting on the 2015 Synod | @Crux http://t.co/jrsmw0JgtD @JohnLAllenJr
2015 Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture "The Spirit of Sports" @BaylorIFL Nov. 5-7 - schedule here http://t.co/wWrj5guMWG
.@OsGuinness: A naked public square doesn't do justice to pluralism. A civil public square w #religiousfreedom is the answer @RFPGeorgetown
rt @fbeckwith New book by NT Wright from Baylor University Press - The Paul Debate http://t.co/2r352Bzvt1 @Baylor_Press
The Crisis in International Religious Freedom | #Baylor's David D. Corey | @firstthingsmag http://t.co/EQQj7sgjPy
Assisted Suicide and “Reasonable Medical Judgment” - #Baylor's @ayjay http://t.co/4d2BUhpSA7
Nov. 6 - ISR hosts #Baylor event on Pompeii and Early Christianity http://t.co/WsmO00XneB

Hankins, Barry

Resident Scholar, Religion & American Culture
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Dr. Hankins holds an M.A. in Church-State Studies from Baylor and a Ph.D. in History from Kansas State University. He has published numerous books and many articles in academic journals. As a Professor of History and Graduate Program Director, he possesses considerable expertise in religion and American culture, Protestant fundamentalism and evangelicalism, and the relationship of church and state in American history.


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